ARPRO 5134 has been on the market since 2010. This expanded polypropylene consists of 25% recycled material. Compared to new expanded polypropylene, ARPRO 5134 results in CO2 emissions that are 12% lower.


ARPRO 5134 can be shaped into any 3D form. It offers high energy absorption and provides structural strength, at a very low weight. In addition, this type of polypropylene offers chemical resistance as well as thermal and acoustic insulation.


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Circular economy and reducing CO2 emissions

HSV is a strong advocate of the circular economy and of reducing CO2 emissions. This approach ensures that resources can continue to be used – which is important for people and the environment. HSV does in a number of ways, for example by using recycled material / recyclate, relying on renewable steam and electricity during the production process, and recycling expandable plastics.

Climate targets

HSV is working with its business relations to design solutions that contribute to achieving the climate targets set for the future. The company is involved in developing circular, lightweight packaging, shaped components, and recycled materials that are produced in product applications for a variety of industries, all across Europe.

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Expandable plastics are produced from PS, PP, PE and PU.  Hybrid foams can also be used, based on such combinations as PS/PE or PE/PP. These plastics have extremely diverse properties. Call +31 318 648 999 or send an email and let the particle foam engineers at HSV advise you on the right choice for the development and production of your product.